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  • Performer: Sister Martin De Porres Coleman
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Sister Martin De Porres Coleman - Sister Martin Sings download album

St Martin de Porres was beatified by Pope Gregory XVI on October 29, 1837 and he was canonized by Pope John XXIII on May 6, 1962.

Martin de Porres Velázquez, . He is the patron saint of mixed-race people, barbers, innkeepers, public health workers, and all those seeking racial harmony. He was noted for his work on behalf of the poor, establishing an orphanage and a children's hospital

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Martin de Porres was born in Lima, Peru on December 9, 1579. Martin was the illegitimate son to a Spanish gentlemen and a freed slave from Panama, of African or possibly Native American descent. At a young age, Martin's father abandoned him, his mother and his younger sister, leaving Martin to grow up in deep poverty. After spending just two years in primary school, Martin was placed with a barber/surgeon where he would learn to cut hair and the medical arts. As Martin grew older, he experienced a great deal of ridicule for being of mixed-race.

Sister Mary Gianna, OP. Sister Maris Stella, OP. Sister Theresa Anne, OP. Sister Mary Bethany, O. St. Martin de Porres. Martin was eventually able to leave behind the greatest cross of his childhood when his father, a Spanish nobleman serving as a provincial official in Peru, finally acknowledged his dark skinned twelve year old son as legitimate and apprenticed Martin to a barber surgeon. Martin quickly acquired a following of patrons due to his charity and his skill in medical care. However, after several years, Martin discerned Jesus calling him to enter the Dominicans in Lima

Saint Martin de Porres was a Dominican lay brother who was proclaimed a saint in 1962 by Pope John XXIII. When he was about 15 years old, Martin was employed as a servant at the Dominican priory in Lima, where he was permitted to perform only the most menial tasks. Until that time, blacks, were not allowed to serve as Dominican lay brothers. As a friar, Martin worked among the poor of the city and tended the sick. He also founded a school and asylum for the youth of Lima. He died in Lima on November 3, 1639, and was beatified by Pope Gregory XVI on August 8, 1837.

Martin de Porres Velázquez was born in Peru in 1579, the son of a freedwoman. At this time, colonial Latin America was divided into very specific racial castes, and Martin was labeled mulatto. His baptismal record stated father unknown, but in fact his Spanish father refused to claim him because Martin was so dark. The father would later abandon the family altogether. Eventually, Martin’s mother could no longer support him, and she arranged an apprenticeship under a barber-surgeon.

Martin de Porres - Download as Word Doc . oc. ocx), PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online. San Martin de Porres, fue un santo limeño, nació en Lima, y pese a la discrminación vivida por ser de color, el no se dejo avasallar por eso, predicado la palabra de cristo. Martin de Porres, . He is the patron saint of mixed-race people and all those seeking interracial harmony.


A1 Ev'ry Time I Feel The Spirit
A2 Deep River
A3 My Lord What A Morning
A4 The Poet
A5 A Song For Julie
A6 You'll Never Walk Alone
A7 O Mio Babbino Caro
B1 Climb Ev'ry Mountain
B2 "Voi Che Sapete"
B3 Botschaft
B4 Il Mio Ben Quando Verra


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